“Spider-Man: No Way Home”: the post-credits scene with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield that was eliminated

Spider-Man: No Way Home”Arrived in the final weeks of 2021 to give the film industry a taste of how things were before the coronavirus pandemic, to the point of becoming one of the highest-grossing films in all of history. And the presence of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, two of the actors who put themselves in the shoes of the arachnid hero.

The inclusion of Holland’s predecessors, Maguire and Garfield, has been the most talked about aspect of Spider-Man: No Way Home, even weeks after its premiere. The actors took part in the third act of the film, but there were fleeting ideas to expand their roles. In fact, not only did they want them in the plot, but there were plans to have them in some post-credits scene. At least, that’s what screenwriters Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna said in an interview with Variety.


Tobey Maguire Y Andrew Garfield appeared next to Tom Holland to face the villains of their universes. But the idea of ​​his comeback was also thought for an exclusive scene after the credits. Talking to Variety about all the twists and turns of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the scriptwriters Erik Sommers Y Chris McKenna They admitted that they considered including the two actors in the film’s post-credits.

The three Spider-men of the multiverse appear in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (Photo: Marvel Studios)
The three Spider-men of the multiverse appear in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (Photo: Marvel Studios)

“We even said ‘Oh, we could make a label [post-créditos] with this! We could make a label out of that! ‘”McKenna said. Sommers added: “Can we do a TV show with the two of us traveling in a van solving mysteries?”, as a joke.

From a storytelling perspective, the multiverse concept is a great opportunity for creatives to fully exploit it. Anything is possible with the multiverse, and the Maguire / Garfield moments of “No Way Home” They have apparently opened up a whole new avenue of story possibilities.

Adding a few additional scenes with them in the credits, perhaps offering a glimpse of their lives in their proper universes, would have been a great way to cap off the movie. Instead, the actual credits had a scene that ended the post-credits story ofVenom 2 and the advancement of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

In another part of the interview, McKenna and Sommers touched on the possibility of taking some scenes from “No Way Home” that were not in the final cut for some future films. They both seemed interested in the idea, as did the fans themselves. However, there is nothing in the works at this time.

There were also brief rumors of the making of “The Amazing Spider-Man 3″ with Andrew Garfield, but were later discredited. A post-credits scene could have offered a better idea of ​​where alternate Peter Parkers are headed, but sadly it didn’t happen.

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Image of “Spider-Man No Way Home” with the three Spider-men from the multiverse with Doctor Strange (Photo: Marvel Studios)


First post credit scene from “Spider-man: No way home”

After the first credits, Eddie Brock / Venom (Tom Hardy) appears in a bar in Mexico talking to the bartender, who explains some important details about the Avengers universe and Spider-Man from Tom Holland, tells him about Ironman, the Hulk, the Infinity Stones and Thanos’ Blip.

Eddie is very surprised by what he hears, but before he can find out more he returns to his universe. However, a part of Venom stays in that world, which could be a sign that Spider-Man will once again face the Symbiote.

Will the waiter played by Cristo Fernández turn into Venom or will the Symbiote look for another host? Will Tom Hardy join the MCU? If you want to know more CLICK HERE.

The presence of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield helped make “Spider-Man: No Way Home” a resounding success around the world (Photo: Marvel Studios)
The presence of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield helped make “Spider-Man: No Way Home” a resounding success around the world (Photo: Marvel Studios)


Probably yes, but Marvel fans and users of the service will have to wait a long time to see this movie on said platform. Even, the safest thing is that it reaches other streaming services before Disney Plus.

This is because the cinematographic rights of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”And previous Spider-Man movies, both those of Tom Hollad as the Tobey Maguire Y Andrew Garfield, they belong to Sony and not to Marvel The Disney.

In April 2021, Sony reached an agreement with Disney to carry your catalog, including movies from Spider-Man, a Disney PlusHowever, this does not go into effect until the films are released in 2022 and those films will only reach that platform after their release in Netflix.


While MCU fans eagerly await the film to land on HBO Max, the general manager of HBO Latin America, Luis Duran, was in charge of solving this doubt through his social networks. To the question of a follower: “Will we be able to see ‘Spider Man NWH’ on HBO Max at some point?”, He replied: “Of course, it is a bit expensive, but for the fans whatever.”

After other inquiries, he managed to point out: “In 2022 it will be 45 days for WB (Warner Bros.). With Sony there are several acceleration formats. Combining you have a first half of 2022 left with King Richard> Matrix> Morbius> Venom> Spiderman. And there are some from NBCU (F9 Fast Saga, I think) ”.

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